18 Responses to “Twenty Sneaky Plays for Week One”

  1. Warren Wilson says:

    Man, this site has some of the greatest content. Don’t know whether to keep it to myself for my sake or share it with my friends for your (and their) sake. Love the in depth stuff. Keep up the good work.

  2. DLF Ken K says:

    Share it with your friends…

  3. Brian says:

    You can share it with your friends… as long as they aren’t in any of my leagues :)

  4. Head Swamp Thing says:

    Great Content! Finally a FF Site dedicated to, IMO, the best version of FF – The Dynasty! I have dominated my league over the last 5 years, I just hope other league members don’t find it LOL!

  5. dlfkenk says:

    Realistically, we’ve always known that was going to be our biggest challenge. When someone finds “the site” they want to use, especially for a format so dynamic and time intensive, they don’t want to share their competitive advantage.

    In the end, our goal is to provide our readers with the best content and give everyone who visits a reason to come back.

    Over time, that’s given us a really solid group of intelligent coaches who find great value in our content and forum.

    …for free.

    Thanks for your support of DLF!

  6. HotRod says:

    Ken, you’ve got a great site. I’m in a dynasty league and it’s our 5th year of playing in that format. No question it is the most fun way to play.

    I’ve scoured the internet and spent lots of time on all the major FFL sites. You provide the best applicable info for this format, hands down. I’m not sharing it with all the guys in our league but telling everyone else. Trying to keep that competitive advantage but still send you some referrals.

    Thanks and keep up the great work.

  7. dlfkenk says:


    The reason behind the site creation was just that – an inability to find good, free information.

    Our goal is to continue to grow and provide worthy content all year long, as that’s what it takes to be successful in a dynasty league. Our forum stays active 24/7/365 at this point.

    It’s great to hear we’re being used as a resource!

  8. Ross F says:

    So who would you start this week between Jabar Gaffney and Mike Williams (TB)?

  9. Ken Kelly says:

    Tough call there as I think they’re both worthy plays. I’d go with Gaffney for week one.

  10. Just Karl says:

    Should I be worried if I have 7 of these players on a 30 man roster?

    Our league has decreed that Mike Williams (SEA) is officially The Other Mike Williams just as Steve Smith (NYG) is officially The Other Steve Smith.

  11. Ken Kelly says:

    I think you just have seven very undervalued players at the moment. That’s a whole lot better than seven overvalued ones.

  12. Just Karl says:

    That’s just another way of saying my team has potential. Isn’t that the word that gets GMs fired?

    I just found the site and I love the focus and analysis. Keep it up. My Dynasty League has 8 teams and we start 2/3/5/1, no kicker, no defense.

  13. dlfkenk says:


    Welcome aboard. Check back frequently and I invite you to use the forum – it’s a great place for analysis and advice.

  14. DGreen says:

    Heres a tricky question: Would you pick Hightower over Santana Moss? I have both on my bench and I’m debating which one to use for Flex.

    Great info and thanks for the advice!

  15. dlfkenk says:

    In a PPR league, Moss. In a non-PPR league, I’d lean more to Hightower.

  16. DGreen says:

    Thanks. That is what my gut was telling me. One more question: Do you start Santana Moss or Gaffney?? I am leaning towards the Gaffney against a non-existent secondary.

    I’m going to tall both my leagues about your site. You are 100% correct in saying that the only real decisions to make are low end receiver and flex…the rest is automatic.

    Thanks again!

  17. dlfkenk says:

    I, too, like Gaffney’s chances this week. Thanks for the props to your league!

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